BIG conquered a two-map deficit and a 10-1 drawback in the fifth map to last longer than G2 Esports on Sunday in their best-of-five grand last at the DreamHack Masters Spring European occasion.

Florian “syrsoN” Rische taped 96 kills and a plus-33 kill-death deferential for BIG, who declared the $54,000 prize and 400 tour points following their 3-2 victory. BIG’s win, which was protected with a 19-17 triumph on Mirage in the fifth map, avenged a 2-1 obstacle to G2 Esports in the upper-bracket final on Wednesday.

G2 Esports received a 1-0 benefit on Sunday by virtue of winning the upper bracket before doubling their lead with a 16-6 success on Vertigo. BIG evened the rating with a resounding 16-5 win on Nuke and 16-6 accomplishment on Dust II.

Audric “JaCkz” Container had 67 eliminates and Nemanja “huNter” Kovac included 64 eliminates with a minus-4 kill-death differential to lead G2 Esports, who took $28,000 for finishing in second place.

The DreamHack Masters Jonkoping, a $250,000 Counter-Strike: Global Offensive event, initially was arranged to be contested with 16 groups this week in Jonkoping, Sweden. Nevertheless, the coronavirus pandemic required the occasion to transfer to an online format including regional competitors for Europe, The United States And Canada, Asia and Oceania.

The DreamHack Masters Spring – Europe bracket began with 16 teams split into four groups competing for $160,000. Each group played a round robin of best-of-three matches.

DreamHack Masters Spring – Europe reward swimming pool, with dollar earnings and Pro Trip points:

9-12. $3,000, 45 points– Complexity Gaming, Group Spirit, Brave, Astralis

13-16. no cash prize, no points– North, mousesports, GODSENT, ENCE